Card: Christmas 2018


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Christmas is almost here so I thought you might like to see what some of the Christmas cards I created this year look like. I will only give a brief description of each, but if you want more information regarding supplies used, techniques, or dimensions then please leave me a comment below and I'll provide more information as soon as possible.

Washi tape and glitter craft foam make this card festive!

I love purple, so I simply had to make a purple Christmas card! I used vellum, Nuvo Glitter Drops, and some silver glitter heat embossing to give this card some snowflake sparkle.


Stamped and careful watercoloring creates this card full of Christmas fun.

Gold glitter paper from Cricut along with some gold heat embossing make for a very sparkly card.

Time to go a little bit non-traditional! Black and yellow are not colors one generally associates with Christmas, but with some fun lightbulb stamps and a bit of coloring using my Dual Brush Pens I believe black and yellow can join the Christmas fun!

This card didn't photograph well, but the gold glitter paper and gold sequins really add a lovely bit of sparkle to this simple but sweet bird-themed Christmas card.

This "paper doll" style of card was so fun to color. She looks like she is ready to invite you to her Christmas party! I used both Dual Brush Pens and Nuvo Crystal Drops to add cheer to this card.

Blue Christmas

Color Dare #320

I made this by gold heat embossing the sentiment and using my Cricut Cuttlebug to die cut the paper components. The holly is a Tim Holtz die.

I hoped you enjoyed seeing some of what I am sending out for Christmas cheer and I hope it helps you get some creative ideas of your own. Please be sure to leave any questions, comments, or suggestions below. Wishing you lots of fun and happiness this holiday season.

Happy Paper Crafting
Rebecca

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